YORKSHIRE will begin their County Championship title defence against Worcestershire at New Road.
The White Rose county take on the promoted side from Sunday April 12 in a repeat of their opening fixture in 2011.
Yorkshire won by nine wickets on that occasion as leg-spinner Adil Rashid took 11 wickets in the match and the South African Gerard Brophy scored a brilliant 177 not out.
The game was also notable for Joe Root’s debut in Championship cricket, although the England star fell for a duck.
Yorkshire’s second Championship game in 2015 sees them make a quick return to the ground where they clinched the title last summer – Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Yorkshire thrashed their opponents by an innings and 152 runs last season to seal their first pennant since 2001.
Yorkshire’s first home Championship match in 2015 is against Warwickshire, who came second last summer, closely followed by the visit of another newly-promoted side in Hampshire.
Worcestershire and Durham provide the opposition for the two annual Championship contests at Scarborough, while Yorkshire’s last match is at home to Sussex starting on Tuesday September 22.
Other notable dates include the T20 game against Lancashire at Headingley on Friday June 5.
The corresponding match last year fell foul of the weather, with Yorkshire hoping for better luck this time.
YORKSHIRE FIXTURES 2015 MARCH
Sunday 22-Wednesday 25 v MCC Abu Dhabi Champion County Match
TUESDAY 7-THURSDAY 9 v LEEDS BRADFORD MCCU HEADINGLEY UNIVERSITY MATCH
Sunday 12-Wednesday 15 v Worcestershire New Road County Championship
Sunday 19-Wednesday 22 v Nottinghamshire Trent Bridge County Championship
SUNDAY 26-WEDNESDAY 29 v WARWICKSHIRE HEADINGLEY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
SUNDAY 10-WEDNESDAY 13 v HAMPSHIRE HEADINGLEY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
FRIDAY 15 v DERBYSHIRE HEADINGLEY T20 BLAST (floodlit)
Friday 22 v Nottinghamshire Trent Bridge T20 Blast (floodlit)
Sunday 24-Wednesday 27 v Somerset Taunton County Championship
Friday 29 v Durham Chester-le-Street T20 Blast
FRIDAY 5 v LANCASHIRE HEADINGLEY T20 BLAST (floodlit)
SUNDAY 7-WEDNESDAY 10 v MIDDLESEX HEADINGLEY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
SUNDAY 14 v NORTHAMPTONSHIRE HEADINGLEY T20 BLAST
FRIDAY 19 v NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HEADINGLEY T20 BLAST (floodlit)
Sunday 21 v Birmingham Bears Edgbaston T20 Blast
MONDAY 22-THURSDAY 25 v NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HEADINGLEY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
Friday 26 v Leicestershire Grace Road T20 Blast
Sunday 28-Wednesday July 1 v Durham Chester-le-Street County Championship
Friday 3 v Lancashire Old Trafford T20 Blast (floodlit)
Sunday 5-Wednesday 8 v Warwickshire Edgbaston County Championship
FRIDAY 10 v DURHAM HEADINGLEY T20 Blast (floodlit)
Sunday 12 v Derbyshire Chesterfield T20 Blast
TUESDAY 14 v WORCESTERSHIRE HEADINGLEY T20 BLAST (floodlit)
Friday 17 v Northamptonshire Northampton T20 Blast (floodlit)
SUNDAY 19-WEDNESDAY 22 v WORCESTERSHIRE SCARBOROUGH COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
FRIDAY 24 v BIRMINGHAM BEARS HEADINGLEY T20 BLAST (floodlit)
SUNDAY 26 v GLOUCESTERSHIRE SCARBOROUGH 50-OVER CUP
Monday 27 v Derbyshire Derby 50-Over Cup (floodlit)
Wednesday 29 v Surrey The Oval 50-Over Cup
Thursday 30 v Worcestershire New Road 50-Over Cup
Sunday 2 v Durham Chester-le-Street 50-Over Cup
MONDAY 3 v LEICESTERSHIRE HEADINGLEY 50-OVER CUP
WEDNESDAY 5 v SOMERSET SCARBOROUGH 50-OVER CUP
FRIDAY 7-MONDAY 10 v DURHAM SCARBOROUGH COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
Wednesday 12-Saturday 15 T20 Blast quarter finals
TUESDAY 18 v NORTHAMPTONSHIRE HEADINGLEY 50-OVER CUP
Friday 21-Monday 24 v Sussex Hove County Championship
Tuesday 25-Thursday 27 50-Over Cup quarter-finals
Saturday 29 T20 Blast Finals Day Edgbaston
TUESDAY 1-FRIDAY 4 v SOMERSET HEADINGLEY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
Sunday 6-Monday 7 50-Over Cup semi-finals
Wednesday 9-Saturday 12 v Middlesex Lord’s County Championship
Monday 14-Thursday 17 v Hampshire Southampton County Championship
Saturday 19 50-Over Cup final Lord’s
TUESDAY 22-FRIDAY 25 v SUSSEX HEADINGLEY COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
ENGLAND AT HEADINGLEY MAY/JUNE
FRIDAY 29-TUESDAY 2 v NEW ZEALAND TEST MATCH
FRIDAY 11 v AUSTRALIA ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL